‘Doing so might help us establish the facial structures common to children with autism and possibly enable early screening for the disorder.’ Growing upon previous studies using two-dimensional imaging, Duan, working with Judith Miles, professor emerita of kid health-genetics in the MU Thompson Middle for Neurodevelopmental and Autism Disorders at MU, used something of cameras to photograph and generate three-dimensional images of children's faces. The kids selected were between 8 and 12 years old. One group of children had been identified as having autism by the Thompson Middle; the other group consisted of typically developing children. Researchers photographed the faces of kids using three-dimensional imaging, which allowed scientists to measure distances along the curvature of the face rather than in a straight collection as have been done in prior tests.The randomization list implemented a stratification process for avoiding imbalance with respect to competition or ethnic group among the three study groups. A Web-integrated voice-response system transmitted the randomization to the packaging firm, which delivered the medications to the procedure centers. Treatment was started within 4 days following the start of the menstrual period and was continued until week 13, and patients could have medical procedures. Follow-up visits were planned, without further treatment, for weeks 17, 26, and 38.